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Scott D. Morey DVM, MS

Dr. Scott Morey was raised in Tolland, Connecticut. Growing up, he enjoyed working on a local dairy farm and showing beef cattle in 4-H. This led him to pursue a degree in animal science from the University of Connecticut, graduating in 2006. He then attended veterinary school at Kansas State University and graduated with honors. While attending veterinary school, he also pursued his M.S. in animal science, specializing in dairy cattle nutrition, graduating with a 4.0 GPA.

Following graduation, he practiced at a progressive, mixed-animal practice in north central Kansas, where he practiced high quality medicine and surgery in all species. In 2014, Scott moved back to Connecticut and began providing on-farm veterinary services before opening Fenton River Veterinary Hospital in his hometown with his wife, Dr. Heidi Morey. Scott specializes in large animal medicine, providing on-farm routine exams and vaccinations, lameness exams, reproductive services, surgeries and many others. Scott is trained in equine reproduction, bovine embryo transfer, cattle nutrition, and emergency medicine. He also provides on-farm digital radiology and ultrasound.  When Scott isn't working, he enjoys spending time with Heidi and their children, Ashlynn and Jackson, and working with their small herd of Simmental beef cattle.

Dr. Morey is licensed in Connecticut and Massachusetts, and is a member of the following organizations:

  • American Association of Equine Practitioners
  • American Association of Bovine Practitioners
  • American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners
  • American Veterinary Medical Association
  • Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association

Heidi Morey MS, DVM

Dr. Heidi Morey grew up in Willington, Connecticut. She was active in many 4-H clubs during her youth, but especially enjoyed showing beef cattle. She attended the University of Connecticut, graduating in 2005 with a B.S. in animal science. Following graduation, Heidi attended veterinary school at Kansas State University, and graduated with honors. While there, she also completed her M.S. in animal science.

After graduation, she practiced in a mixed animal practice in north central Kansas. There, she was able to focus on her interest of small animal, soft tissue, and orthopedic surgery, while also having the opportunity to work with farm animals and horses. In 2014, Heidi moved back to Connecticut, where she was able to continue practicing while expanding her knowledge and skills in small animal surgery and medicine. In 2015, Heidi opened Fenton River Veterinary Hospital with her husband, Dr. Scott Morey. During her small amount of free time, Heidi enjoys being a 4-H leader, staying active outdoors, working with her cattle, and spending time with her family.

Weston H. Brown DVM

Dr. Weston Brown grew up in Western Massachusetts raising and showing dairy goats in both 4-H and the American Dairy Goat Association. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a degree in animal science, Weston received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 2016. Following graduation, he worked in Harmony, Minnesota at a mixed animal practice for one year. Weston is excited to be back in his home of New England, working at Fenton River Veterinary Hospital as a mixed animal veterinarian.

Weston has a special interest in camelids, small ruminants, and donkeys and has spent much of his career working with and researching these species. He is currently licensed as an apprentice judge for the American Dairy Goat Association. In his spare time, Weston enjoys playing ice hockey, woodworking, working with 4-H youth, and spending time at home with his dog, a schnauzer/terrier mix. Weston is engaged to be married in the spring of 2018.

Kathryn R. Garner BVM&S

Dr. Kathryn Garner grew up in Greenville, Pennsylvania. During school, she enjoyed riding her two horses, Magic and Chip. This led her to pursue a degree in equine science and management from Delaware Valley University, graduating in 2011. She then moved to Edinburgh, Scotland to complete her veterinary training at the University of Edinburgh Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. During veterinary school, she focused on both equine and farm animal medicine. Following graduation in 2016, she went on to complete a mixed animal internship based at Myhre Equine Clinic in Rochester, New Hampshire. During the internship, she focused mostly on equine lameness and medicine.

During her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Kiba James, and her cat, Samantha Jane. She also enjoys hiking, fishing, yoga, running, and spending time with her friends and family.

We provide emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  If you have an emergency outside of our normal business hours, please call our office at 860-870-8701, and our answering service will alert the veterinarian on call.

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Office Hours

Day Morning Afternoon
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
8:00am 8:00am 8:00am 8:00am 8:00am 8:00am Closed
5:00pm 5:00pm 5:00pm 7:00pm 5:00pm 12:00pm Closed


From the initial phone call to the actual appointment, Fenton River Vet staff were so very kind and compassionate. It wasn't a happy ending for my Magnolia, however staff stood shoulder to shoulder with me and made the difficult decision I had to make, bearable. Thank you so much.

Elaine M. 
Tolland, CT
My wife and I were so impressed with the staff at Fenton River. The technicians were friendly, knowledgeable and caring. The Dr. kept us informed each step of the way, which provided us great comfort. We highly recommend this Veterinary Hospital.
Bill Y.
Tolland, CT
Staff was so friendly and treatment offered was a conservative approach, they weren't trying to push expensive tests. A big plus that they can do x-rays on-site and also run bloodwork on-site and you get results while you're still there!
Heather R.
Tolland, CT